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While displaying Local currency(JPY)....

Hi,

Here when I was displaying local currency for JPY the amount is displaying 188.76 instead of 18,876.

Can any body tell me why it is so.

I am displaying in ALV.

Can I know how to overcome out of this in ALV and in normal reporting.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 09:16 AM

    hi,

    in the field catalog define the following field

    currency(5) type c,

    cfieldname type slis_fieldname, " field with

    ctabname type slis_tabname, " and table

    cheers,

    sasi

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    • Former Member Former Member

      hi deepak,

      if we define a quantity/currency we should relate with reference table else i will consider normal decimal number.

      in the normal report if we speficy the field with reference is enough like netamout like ekpo-netpr

      cheers,

      sasi

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 09:22 AM

    Hi

    check the table TCURX for enter JPY, in this table you can see how many decimals are allowed for a currency.

    There is zero decimals for JPY, so 18,876 are stored as 188.76.

    If you wrote: WRITE '188.76' CURRENCY 'JPN', you'll see 18,876.

    So in your catalog table, for the field amount, you should indicate the reference currency field (CFIELDNAME and CTABNAME) or set JPN in the field CURRENCY.

    Max

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